San Francisco Toyota Closes Sales Showrooms Amid COVID-19 Outbreak

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Bay Area Dealership’s Website Remains Hub for Shoppers While Sheltering in Place

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San Francisco Toyota is closing its sales showroom doors amid the COVID-19 outbreak.

Due to the ongoing spread of the COVID-19 coronavirus and the recent orders for residents of the Bay Area to shelter in place, San Francisco Toyota is implementing new strategies of operation and is closing its sales showrooms from now until April 7. The parts and service departments will be open on a modified schedule: Monday through Friday from 7 a.m. to 4:30 p.m.

San Francisco Toyota offers a responsive website built for desktop, laptop and smartphone use which can serve as a research hub for shoppers who are sheltering in place. From their homes, Bay Area car buyers can visit the website and conduct research on their terms and on their schedule. On the website, customers can find information about the latest new Toyota models as well as read a blog containing a variety of topics, including news about upcoming vehicles, specifications about certain Toyota models, general automotive topics and more.

Additionally, the San Francisco Toyota website provides information on special Toyota incentives and programs as well as a number of coupons and specials which shoppers may be able to use once the COVID-19 crisis wanes and the dealership’s showroom doors can open once again.

With the increases in cases of COVID-19, San Francisco Toyota is shuttering its showroom doors in order to do its part to help keep its customers and the community at large safe. The ever-changing and escalating situation is making many people in the country stop what they’re doing to become more isolated in the hopes that it can slow the outbreak, and San Francisco Toyota intends to keep up to date on the latest information and continue to update its customers on the status of the closure when necessary.

For more information about the showroom closures or anything else, interested parties can visit or call 415-504-1947.

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